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FILE – In this Feb. 21, 2005, file photo, composer and conductor Bill Conti, music director of the 77th Academy Awards, conducts the show's orchestra during a rehearsal at Capitol Recording Studios in Los Angeles. Conti, the Oscar- and Emmy Award-winning composer who wrote scores for movies including “Rocky,” “The Right Stuff” and “The Karate Kid” is giving them to Louisiana State University. Conti, who grew up in Miami, went to LSU on a bassoon scholarship. The William and Shelby Conti Papers are expected to arrive sometime in the fall.  (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, File)
Alums giving LSU scores: 'Rocky,' 'The Right Stuff,' moreThe Oscar- and Emmy Award-winning composer who wrote scores for movies including “Rocky,” “The Right Stuff” and “The Karate Kid” is giving them to Louisiana State University
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London animation studio adapts to finish Disney filmA London animation studio is following the British motto of “keep calm and carry on” during the coronavirus pandemic to complete its first feature film in time for Disney’s planned release early next year
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This 2018 image released by CBS shows a scene from the daytime series "The Young and the Restless." The series is scheduled to go back into production next week after halting due to the coronavirus epidemic. (Cliff Lipson/CBS via AP)
Soap opera's kisses outwit virus with tests, spouses, dolls Hollywood’s technical expertise can awe us with monsters and imaginary worlds
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Review: In 'The Old Guard,' the comic movie gets an overhaulNetflix’s “The Old Guard,” on the surface, seems like it gives us what the summer has been missing
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Tyler Perry to pay funeral expenses for girl shot in AtlantaA representative for Tyler Perry says the filmmaker and actor has offered to pay the funeral expenses for an 8-year-old girl who was fatally shot in Atlanta
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Review: ‘Palm Springs’ serves a time-loop, rom-com cocktailThe new film “Palm Springs” owes a lot to “Groundhog Day,” but this new entry into the time-loop rom-com canon is its own creation too
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Oprah, Lionsgate to help adapt The 1619 Project for film, TVOprah Winfrey and Lionsgate are partnering with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones to adapt The New York Times’ 1619 Project for film and television
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Review: Hanks lends steady, sober hand to taut naval drama Tom Hanks, our square-jawed Everyman, “America's Dad” even when his characters don't have kids, is back in World War II
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A statue of Kermit The Frog stands at the entrance to The Jim Henson Company, Tuesday, July 7, 2020, in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles. The U.S. government's small business lending program sent pandemic relief money into unexpected corners of the entertainment industry. The Muppet makers say they received about $2 million to keep their 75 workers employed through the coronavirus shutdown. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)
Coppola and Henson companies get loans for winery, puppetryFrom a godfather of cinema to Kermit the Frog, the U.S. government’s small business lending program sent pandemic relief money into unexpected corners of the entertainment industry
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Review: ‘First Cow,’ a western fable of unpasteurized poetryThe American West is about as well-trod territory as there is in movies, but Kelly Reichardt keeps unearthing new treasures
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FILE - Cristin Milioti, left, and Andy Samberg pose for a portrait to promote their film "Palm Springs" during the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, on Jan. 25, 2020. The film will premiere Friday, July 10 on Hulu. (Photo by Taylor Jewell/Invision/AP, File)
'Palm Springs' arrives for the Groundhog Days of quarantineThough most of the films that have debuted during the pandemic never got to screen for packed movie houses, “Palm Springs” had the kind of premiere filmmakers dream of
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FILE - Gina Prince-Bythewood arrives at the Oscars in Los Angeles on Feb. 22, 2015. Prince-Bythewood directs the action thriller "The Old Guard," premiering July 10 on Netflix. (Photo by Alexandra Wyman/Invision/AP, File)
Hollywood catches up to director Gina Prince-BythewoodDirector Gina Prince-Bythewood is getting the biggest audience of her career when “The Old Guard” debuts Friday on Netflix to subscribers in 190 countries
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FILE - In this Sept. 2, 2019 photo, Festival director Alberto Barbera appears at the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement Award presentation at the 76th edition of the Venice Film Festival, Venice, Italy.  Organizers said Tuesday, July 7, that they are forging ahead with plans for its 77th installment, which will include a slightly reduced number of films in the main competition as well as some outdoor and virtual screenings.  (Photo by Arthur Mola/Invision/AP, File)
Venice Film Festival forges ahead with reduced lineup The show will go on for the Venice Film Festival in September, but with a few modifications due to the COVID-19 pandemic
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FILE - This Nov. 17, 2019 photo shows Tom Hanks posing for a portrait in New York. Hank's latest film "Greyhound," premieres this week on Apple TV Plus. (Photo by Matt Licari/Invision/AP)
Tom Hanks on COVID-19, 'Greyhound' and wartime mentalityBefore the coronavirus pandemic, Tom Hanks' “Greyhound” was going to hit theaters in early June, smack in between “Wonder Woman 1984” and “Top Gun 2.”
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New this week: 'Stateless,' 'Palm Springs,' The Dalai LamaThis week’s new entertainment releases include the “Groundhog Day”-like film “Palm Springs” starring Andy Samberg stuck in a time loop on Hulu and the Cate Blanchett-backed six-part Netflix drama “Stateless,” set in an immigration detention center
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